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business. right now white house press secretary jay carney preparing to face questions from reporters. the white house briefing scheduled to begin this hour. we'll go there live, once it starts. right now the stock market is focused on earnings reports with the immediate fiscal crisis here in washington over. we'll have a quick check of the markets and take a closer look at the economic impact of this 16-day government shutdown. >>> hello, i'm wolf blitzer reporting from washington. latest fiscal crisis may be over but president obama says washington can't just go back to business as usual. the president says the partial shutdown and the threat of default hurt the u.s. economy, but country, he says, will bounce back. he says it's the politics that need to change. >> and today i want our people and our businesses and the rest of the world to know that the full faith and credit of the united states remains unquestioned. but all of my friends in congress, understand that how business is done in this town has to change. because we've all got a lot of work to do on behalf of the american p
. ed, jay carney, peppered with questions about the glitchessed. did he provide many answers? >> reporter: he did but whether the answer are good enough for the critics of the healthcare law is another question. it was jay carney's predecessor, robert gibbs, who says louisiana week -- said last week this was a disaster in terms of the rollout, and in his words, someone should be fired. i previously asked jay carney whether that would be kathleen sebelius, the health and human services secretary. he said, no, she still has the full confidence of the president and that's why the question today by many others council asked similar questions -- wasn't just kind of accountability will there be? people called on the carpet? that was the question jay carney did not want to answer directly. he way he answered, one, you heard, they're trying to work 24/7 to knicks -- fix these glitches, and the second point that needs to be made, jay carney and others want to pointout that while there are mistakes, the broader brush and bigger picture is that when they fiction all of this, millions of
this now. >> the administration's broader point jay carney again today they think it is more important to focus on fixing the website and getting people health insurance. what about who may have fumbled here. kathleen sebelius if you don't figure out what went wrong how are you going to figure out the issues as this law is implemented in the years and months ahead? you mentioned jeffrey zions, very significant. he will be coming back in and is now on short-term loan, he is a management expert and former ceo, how do you fix this thing and get the website going so that more people can navigate their way through it. the washington post had a article out today saying that weeks before the launch of the website there was a test down of millions of people logging on and it crashed. so i just pressed jay carney at the briefing to find out what the white house new before october 1st about this test. >> was anyone in the white house informed at that time dayi ins before the launch that this key test had failed. >> first of all, we are expecting that by the end of the six month enrollment period
with this president. that is one of the major questions to jay carney if and when that briefing starts, wolf. >> we'll see how long it's delayed if it's delayed. we'll have live coverage here on cnn. jim, thanks very much. we're waiting for jay carney. we'll get reaction from the white house. you're looking at live pictures from the briefing room in the west wing. once he starts answering reporters' questions, we'll bring it to you live right here in the "cnn newsroom." many steps remain before it becomes law. what happens next? here are five things to look for right now. any deal passed by the senate or house has to be adopted by the other chamber without any changes. if their bills are different, the house and senate will the conference to create a unified bill. then there would be further debate procedural votes and amendments in the senate. it would need at least 60 votes to overcome any filibusters. after a unified bill has passed in both chambers, it would then go to president obama for his signature. if he likes it, he signs it. he could veto it and then the process begins all over again. ju
? >> well, what they're saying today and jay carney is going to be hit with a lot of reporters' questions because a lot of things that i guess need to be revealed at this point are items that the white house was not really willing to talk about in the last 24 hours. namely, who are these experts coming in and fixing the obama care website. up till this point, the white house, department of health and human services have not been willing to share that information and also not talking when this process of fixing the website is going to be complete. you can also expect jay carney to face more questions. he was asked about this yesterday, whether or not they would detail that insurance mandate penalty, the mandate that people buy insurance by a certain date early of next year in order to avoid that tax penalty from the irs. jay carney is going to be hit with more questions on that. that story is obviously not going anywhere, wolf. >> you know what i want to do, i want to listen to jay carney right now. he's briefing reporters. >> have experienced with the website every day improvements are be
device tax in order to get a deal to reopen the government. jay carney denied that that ever happened although that certainly sounds like a negotiation. and boehner aides today said carney was simply not telling the truth, bret. >> ed, thank you. want to bring in now chief congressional correspondent mike emanuel. mike, this is process. a lot of people get caught up in this behind the scenes, but right now john boehner is counting heads. and right now it appears he does not have the votes to get this bill through because primarily because one big conservative organization just came out against it. >> reporter: well, that's right, bret. heritage action instantly put out a response encouraging conservatives to vote no on it concerned that it doesn't do anything about obama care. sure, it adds congressional staffers and congress back onto obama care, but doesn't do anything long-term about the cost. and so it was encouraging conservatives to vote no. i heard gasps here on capitol hill and instantly you heard concerns that conservatives may fall off this measure. and whether they have the
in day 15. you just heard jay carney say the white house likes basically what they're hearing from senate democrats and republicans but doesn't like be what they're hearing from the republican leadership in the house of representatives. looks like there's some serious problems under way right now, just 4 hours or so until this deadline is reached when the nation's debt ceiling needs to be raised. and nap navarro is a cnn political commentator who is joining us right now. you see light at the end of this tunnel over the next 48 hours, anna, or is this gloom and doom? >> you know, i don't feel it's optimistic it's going to be a quick resolution as i did yesterday. i do see some light at the end of the tunnel. i do think it is a serious proposal by boehner. i think the senate also put up a serious proposal. i'm not hearing the white house say dead on arrival. they're continuing to say we need to analyze the bill. we haven't seen the language. so it's not the flat no. we have definitely come a very long way from where we started 15, 16, 17 days ago, would ef. >> do you think that john boehner
, but we'll go to jay carney talking about the deal that was just reached. >> again, applauds the leaders for the senate for coming together and working out a bipartisan solution. >> is there any concern even with this deal being made that a down grade from some of the rating agencies would be spending. >> i would refer you to the treasury for those kinds of assessments. we talk about the things that we can control which is calling on congress to quickly act on this compromise agreement and insure that the government reopens and the threat of default is removed. >> leading to additional budget talks this year once those talks are under way will the white house and president insist that revenue will be on the table? >> the president has insisted in these budget negotiations that he has been calling on all year everything has to be on the table. that will be his position going forward. what he believes is a fair approach to resolving our budget challenges is reflected in the budget he submitted. he knows even though that was a compromise proposition from the beginning and reflected the offe
. it is political soap opera. it is real housewives except with house republicans or jay carney. this is not real analysis, especially if you're talking about the evening comment of msnbc, and on fox. >> chris chambers, georgetown journalism professor, thank you so much for joining us. you may have heard of electronic cigarettes. they are designed to look like cigarettes and use paper to blow over nicotine, and sometimes use flavors to entice the users. >> they say they can help a person kick the habit, but there are no long-term studies to back up those claims. we look beyond the smoke and mirrors with this report. >> it is the latest trend to take the tobacco world by storm, the electronic cigarette. when it came on the scene in 2007, it was virtually unheard of. in just six years, it has turned into a billion-dollar industry. even though it is still -- still called a cigarette and can look like one, any users say it is the furthest thing from smoking. >> no tobacco at all. if that is jonathan elias, owner of one of the only full-service shops in virginia. he says it is the nontobacco aspect th
of it. good evening, ed. >> reporter: good evening. jay carney signaled no heads would wohl though there was a shakeup involving who is overseeing the repair job amid new signs that they ignored some big red flags. after white house spokesman jay carney faced a second straight day of questions about healthcare.dpov and suggested nobody would be fired over the mishaps because president obama wants the team more focused on getting people health insurance than figuring out who is to blame. >> not interested in monday morning quarterbacking. >> >> reporter: many woman used-of-fumbling the rollout health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius would not answer questions today though there are new signs that sebelius is at least being sidelined, if not benched, by the president, as jeffrey zines, someone who has served in several posts and close to the president, is being brought into hhs to oversee the fixing of the website. pressure came out over a report that the administration tested the site to see if it handle tens of thousands of customers and it crashed, during a simulatio
of that. also this hour, we're waiting for jay carney, the white house press secretary briefing reporters. i suspect that could be delayed a little bit. they want to hear what the senate and house leaders have to say. at some point, the white house will weigh in. we'll see exactly when that happens. we do know the markets are weighing in. zain asher is joining us from the new york stock exchange. pretty upbeat about what's happening here in washington today, zain. >> yeah, wolf. certainly there is a strong feeling of optimism. i've been talking to traders all morning. number one, obviously they're hopeful about a deal, but aside from that, traders don't necessarily think that tonight means armageddon. they know the treasury still has a little bit of money to pay our bys, plus it's getting tax revenue, as well. even the rating agencies, including fitch who put us on notice yesterday, they've emphasized several times they do not expect the u.s. to default. no one here is questioning our ability to pay our bills. they're questioning governance. and the idea on floor is the u.s. will do the r
at all of this. we heard in that report jay carney, a white house spokesman saying the best minds are being applied to repair the damage. why weren't they called in and the first place to get this thing launched? >> there are a lot of unanswered questions. the ministration had three and half years since this law was passed. it is not suffering from just simply a few glitches or a few kings, the website is broken. it is three weeks of the website was supposed to go live. a few hundred people crashing the website days before it went live. they have been saying it has been overwhelming demand, crushing volume of interest and websites taken down. we know it is not millions or even hundreds of thousands, it is a few hundred people crashed website days before. the ministration decided to go ahead anyway. the big question is why. jon: they wanted to build a website allowing 50-60,000 people at a time to get on and enroll. they did this demo. and a few hundred people crashed it. >> into the prescription drug program the kind of volume they should have expected. it simply failed the minor
want to do in december. >> two things. one on the dancing in the end zone, publicly jay carney said today at the podium that basically this is a gloat-free zone and there are no winners in this because he was saying that the american people have been damaged as the parties battled this out. but look at yesterday's briefing, and i went back and looked at the transcript. and jay carney noted that republican commentators are noting that the republican party brand has taken a hit. so if they're not going to claim victory, they're at least saying that they believe republicans have lost, and we should note that the republican senators, not democratic ones, but republicans like kelly ayotte of new hampshire today saying on the senate floor that she still wants to repeal the president's health care law, but she thinks the strategy was failed and that shutting down the government was a big mistake. that's something republicans have to work out. in terms of the december 15th deadline, here's why it's good for the president to have that december 15th deadline. he said in an interview yesterday
into the terror attacks in benghazi. why con gross is zeroing in on one memo from press secretary jay carney. bill: the fight to make the world series. it is going on this weekend! check out this catch, right? detroit tigers. shortstop making there, robbed his former teammate of a hit there but the red sox did it on the road. >> popped up. and with this, the red sox win game 5. bill: nice. final, they go back to boston. tonight it is game 6 in st. louis between the dodgers and the cardinals. that will be terrific. back in a moment as the series rolls on. i am today by luck. i put in the hours and built a strong reputation in the industry. i set goals and worked hard to meet them. i've made my success happen. so when it comes to my vestments, i'm supposed to just hand it over to a broker a back away? that's not gonna happen. avo: when you work with a schwab financial consultant, you'll get the guidance you need with the control you want. talk to us today. jamie: welcome back, everybody. a devastating crash with a police car leaving six people dead in ohio. investigators say the officer was respondi
:30 but obviously it appears they were waiting for these 4 statements that you aired. we are told that jay carney will address the bipartisan compromise at the top of his briefing, the white house has been behind this senate effort from the get o as house republicans continue to fight for changing obamacarry as part of any legislation to reopen the government. look for jay carney to have an endorsement of the deal on the floor of the senate moments ago. dennis: thanks very much. cheryl: let's bring in phil flynn. what we are seeing in particular on the bond side of the trading and commodities of all this. >> it looks like they are worried about this deal when training for another deal with the months away. you would think golddmight continue the sell-off, a pop up in the gold, and in the bond market, to start to move, in the bonds and 10 years so we are starting to see that start to come down a little bit. reaction on the floor lot of traders are tired of this. and we are not driving to these% higher levels. perhaps they want to wait to see the details of the deal, how long this is going to go a
open, getting the debt ceiling raised, jay carney insisted today this is a gloat-free zone at the white house. take a listen. >> the american people have paid a price for this. and nobody who is sent here to washington by the american people can call themselves a winner if the american people have paid a price for what's happened. >> but, republican senator cailee ayacht was on the senate floor a short time ago republicans their strategy failed. it was a bad idea to close down the government. she says she still opposes the president's healthcare law but it was a bad tactic and she said in her words she hopes republicans have learned from. this it's pretty clear the president won this battle. i think the broader question is can he win the war? he has got three more years in office and base on how messy this was, what are the possibilities of him getting immigration reform, getting the rest of his healthcare law implemented. he has a lot of big problems that were kicked down the road. the can kicked down the road in this deal, shep. >> they just keep kicking it one complaint we heard toda
to be big to the end of the day, big into tomorrow. listen to jay carney. >> removed and that the continuing harm that these two situations have caused to our economy can stop. >> the president has said from the beginning he would not negotiate on this. now that it looks like there is a deal, do you feel like he fulfilled that pledge? >> what the president made clear was his position that he would not allow a situation to develop where he paid ransom to any party in congress that was trying to extract unilateral political concessions in return for congress fulfilling its fundamental responsibilities. and he believes that's the right position for him to take, that it was the right position, it is the right position and the right position for presidents of the future to take because our economy is extremely dependent on the faith and credit that is invested in it by investors around the world. in other words, there is a real even if intangible value to the safeness of investing in the united states. as we've discussed many times over the past days and weeks, threatening that, you know, does re
room, white house press secretary jay carney addressing a barrage of questions on all of the health care website technical glitches. secretary kathleen sebelius will also have to answer questions about the rocky rollout. she's expected to testify before congress next wednesday. joining me now is congressman henry waxman of california. he's the ranking member of the house committee on energy and commerce which will hold those hearings on the health care rollout. thanks so much for joining me this afternoon, congressman. >> pleased to be with you. >> before we get to health care and the upcoming hearings, i want to ask a quick question about the jobs report that came out today. we sort of got a mixed bag. we heard jason tell reporters in the white house briefing room today that he thinks the shutdown, government shutdown is going to have a real impact on jobs reports moving forward. do you think that's accurate, congressman? >> i think it's correct. a lot of people have been very concerned about whether they are going to have enough money to pay their bills while they face the governm
. >> boy, i will tell you, quite interesting in washington in the last 24 to 48 hours. jay carney won't tell the press corps when the white house knew that had hadn't been beta tested. won't give out much information. keeps saying talk to hhs secretary sebelius or hhs. your thoughts? >> i thought it was a spectacular press briefing by jay carney. we had some frank admissions. they never expected the volume that they got on the web site. really, okay. so, thank you for now stating the obvious. they should have expected the volume and they obviously had a lot of bugs because between the first weaning and the second week there is apparently an 88% decline in the volume which i have talked to some computer experts say indicates to them particularly since the white house and since the administration took the web site down for a period of time that there was problems in the code that were causing in essence when you logged on and you filled out an application there was some part of the software that caused the system to ping itself to create a quote unique visitor when there was no unique v
at the white house grilled jay carney about when the president knew about this. so hard news, again, i'm with you, no problem. but i do think that the so-called mainstream media, they went easy on president obama and chuck hagel at the defense department. if george bush were president when this screwup happened and donald rumsfeld were secretary of defense, they would have been hammered. bush would have been portrayed as a homeless dunce and rumsfeld as a bloodless technokrat. now, the blame hasn't been put on the president, even though you correctly said he could have signed an executive order. nor on hagel, god knows where he was during this whole thing, it's being blamed, where blame is assessed, it's being blamed on the shutdown. we all know what that means. the shutdown is the republican small. that's how the people are seeing it, doi think the president and the secretary of defense -- they got off kind of easy on the cover. >> i think you're right on that. particularly the president. nobody knows who chuck hagel is, you can say chuck hagel -- they don't know who he is. >> okay, n
that clear in his remarks today. bill: just kept going on and on yesterday. the reporters grilling jay carney, exactly three weeks since the launch. did the white house provide answer s? robert beckel, former democratic campaign manager, co-host of "the five"? how are you, bobby g. >> fine, billy hemmer. bill: got you, buddy. this is your favorite topic. >> like being a fire hydrant at westminster dog show. bill: indeed, perhaps for now. who misled him, who misled the president on this? do you have an answer on that? >> i think i have some idea. i had, you know the other day on "the five" i called for delay of implementation for six months to a year. i got a call from somebody at the white house who absolutely bludgeoned me over it. i said look, you can't do this, yes it is true, it is not a website, i understand that, but it is a portal to get through to get insurance. here's my real problem wit. and that is, most people who want to get insured never have been insured before. their first experience is to not get insured and have all kinds of prompts they may not come back. bill: so the white
which republicans have been calling for. jay carney says people who don't have access to health insurance presumably because of sign-up problems won't have to pay a fine for not having that insurance next year. lou: thank you. we'll just we will just have to wait to see tomorrow how many pinocchio's "the washington post" has ready. the president taking no responsibility for the troubles of health care.gov and neither is his health and human services secretary. despite statistics showing interest in obamacare well below the administrations expectations. jim angle has our report. >> even as president obama for the website needs a makeover, 19 million people were posted to be able to logon according to the president. some 500,000 filled out applications, many in state-run exchanges and about half in the federal administrations run by them. >> 250,000 were able to set up accounts and that's about 1% of the people that try to get on the website that i've been able to set up accounts. reporter: even that number is not actually due to buying insurance. >> they are telling in the variou
? >> not really true. look, the bottom line, what i was mad at is i wasn't getting called on and jay carney was clearly ignoring me for some 40 minutes. but the real story is that at about 1:00 p.m., he was supposed to be briefing on friday and he pushed it back several types because, look, the negotiations were going on, that's fine, it happens. it was not until about 4:00 p.m. that it was happening. i was walking out because after 40 minutes of not being called on, i had people telling me i had to get out of on the north lawn to do a hit for "the five." if the bloggers who are attacking me would look they would see i came out and talked to you guys. i was also trying to finish my script for 6:00. otherwise, i would have had brett mad at me and the executive producer. >> i heard the rumor was you had to to the little boy's room and you were embarrassed. >> not true. shockingly, something you said is false. >> ed, it didn't look like you were storming out. that's smart though. we're happy to be your alibi. >> jay carney can be mad at me, i do not want "the five" mad at me. >> bob, you have
is the president on this? we heard from jay carney. he is moving on to immigration. >> the other thing carne said. this white house doesn't like the sequestration cuts and they will try to reverse them when they come up again. this is a president who doesn't throw the ball to the other team. he treats his opponents as economies. look at george bush. the first thing he did was throw the ball to democrats, this president never did that and work against party lines. and we are seeing the frout of that? >> what happens now? where does the president want to take the budget process long-term and all of those issues. we'll see. thank you very much, gentlemen. >> see you guys in february. we'll be back. we are watching this in washington. the republicans will get together. and we'll follow. that did a young girl take her own life after being bullied for months. the police take the unusual step of arresting a 12 and 14-year-old girl. >> it was crazy and i started to see the comments that other kids were leaving and it turned into fear for her. i don't want to see another child hit. i want justice to be se
been reduce by 88 percent. you have heard press secretary jay carney say he still has to release exact enrolling numbers. it shows a dismal sign up on top of that there has been people on the web site people have to put in personal information off the bat and occasionally like we have heard the web site does crash. >> elizabeth prann, live for us in washington. >> that brings us to today's brew on this. >> send your comments to us. you can tweet them to us at foxfriendsfirst@foxnews.com. we will read the comments later in the show. >> a bizarre trip on capitol hill as vote was coming to a close. that is house sten nothing fer diane ready she went off on a ramp last night before officers dragged her off the house floor. at one point she was yelling a house divided can't stand. capitol hill producer was there when this all went down. he says she is very well liked on the hill. >> people were absolutely stunned. the lawyer, the minority whip from maryland had a look of shock on his face. other people were scratching their heads saying we know her, they were very concerned about her. that
press secretary jay carney suggested someone other than the commander-in-chief should be held to account for any issues with readiness. >> when it comes to military positions its assets again that's a question best answered by the department of defense and by commanders. but you get no argument here from the suggestion that there was not adequate security there. >> reporter: accordingly investigators now say they want to hear from the defense secretary at the time, leon panetta to see what he recalls about the pre-9/11 sessions on readiness. fox news attempted to ask panetta on it but the moderator wouldn't permit it and panetta's office didn't respond to our request to discuss it off camera. at the white house carney waved off a question about evidence related to the. september 10th press release. >> will you make those documents available? >> james, i think we're done here. thanks. >> because its jurisdiction is limited they can't subpoena white house documents. but they are work in tandem with other house committees whose purview may enable them to secure such evidence. >>> secretary
. what is their plan now, especially regarding health care? >> divided, true. look, jay carney was pressed on wasn't the president scolding the republicans and jay carney said if it was a scolding, it was nothing compared to the scolding republicans have turn on themselves. you hear john mccain and other senators saying is in was a failed strategy. what the supporters of the strategy are saying, mike lee, ted cruz, they're basically say they got the nation's attention, they've been building support among conservatives to turn around the healthcare law and they're not going to give up now. >> this is a fight that's going to continue. when a publication like the chicago tribune, the president's home town newspaper, has come out and said that, like us, they believe that we should have a one-year time-out on obamacare. you know something is wrong. >> the problem with the push is that the president is not going to fund the law. where they may finally find some compromise, the president is probably willing to delay a year or two the medical device tax within the health care, but majo
. >> can you just explain why jay carney gets a legitimate question from james rozen and walks out? >> i have no idea, nor do i care. >> how about it? >> i have to say, having been there, i think that jay carney is doing the best that he can for his boss. i think at the end when he says "we're done here," that might have been a line that i would have used. however, i do think it's a legitimate question. it will continue to be an issue for them going forward. they got a break though from -- on capitol hill. the last three weeks we've been talking about the shutdown. that meant that everybody stopped talking about the irs scandal, benghazi, syria, and the host of other things that at administration was dealing with and now they don't have to anymore. >> this is another example of what fox news avoidance syndrome. any story that is championed or of interest to the fox news audience is immediately denigrated. and we don't really -- it doesn't really matter -- >> i'm sorry, finish. >> i'm done. >> do you know any conservative outlets besides ours that are talking about benghazi? >> a lot. >>
are done here. thanks. >> white house spokesman jay carney refusing to answer fox news correspondent james rosen's questions about benghazi. but why? tonight, we will tell you. >> this really is a disastrous launch for a program that i supported. >> obama care continues to be pounded by the very liberals who are in love with it we will continue our investigation into the healthcare chaos. ♪ that no one knows ♪ what does the fox say. >> why are hundreds of millions of people all over the world looking at this dopey vehicle. >> ding ding ding ding ding ♪ ding ding ding ding. >> gut felt and mcguirk have been investigating ♪ what the fox say? >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ ♪ >>> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the obama administration, why is it not accountable? that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. as we have been reporting, the rollout of obama care is a disaster. yet the president has not acknowledged that the woman mr. obama put in charge,hhs secretary kathleen sebelius obviously w
calling for. jay carney says people who don't have access to health insurance because of website problems won't have to pay a fine for not having that insurance next year. >> more on this with the panel, thank you. we heard the numbers. what do they mean? correspondent jim angle does the math tonight. >> reporter: even as president obama conceded the website needs a makeover, he boasted that more than 19 million people have been able to log on. of those, officials say some 500,000 filled out applications, many. in the state-run exchanges, about half in the federal exchanges run by the administration. >> 250,000 were able to set up accounts. that's 1% of the people who have tried to get on that website have been able to set up accounts. >> reporter: even that number is just those filling out an application, not actually buying insurance. >> in the various companies that we should expect to be getting hundreds of thousands of enrollees, they are goes geting dozens or a few hundred. so the number of people getting through the gauntlet to actually buy insurance is a very tiny number. >> the g
with everyday americans. white house press secretary jay carney today praised his work in the private sector without mentioning the name by name in delivering what sounded a lot like a direct slap at sibelius is ability or inability to manage the obamacare rollout. >> those of you know he is an expert in the field of effective management. tapping his experience and expertise as they address the challenges that have come up with the administration of the website. as you know, jeff has led some of the company's top management firms providing top sector companies with best practices and management strategy and operations. lou: you can almost hear the obama bus backing over sibelius. carney dodged a question about the white house attempt to sideline her. but he did refer almost every question asked about obamacare to the health and human services department. fox news chief white house correspondent ed henry is at the white house tonight with our report. >> at the white house, spokesman jay carney faced a second straight day of tough questions about the healthcare.gov and it suggests no one will
are awaiting at the white house a briefing from jay carney. we will be watching those comments. we will see what the press secretary has to say about all of the ping-ponging, as you can call it. we are standing by for a live briefing. dennis: earnings are one of the few things the markets can count on. technology started to take center stage. ebay, google will follow later this week. let's get to scott kessler. thank you for being with us. overall, what are you thinking? >> the way we are thinking about it is basically the q3 typically is a seasonably weak quarter. it is a quarter that contributes the least in terms of revenues and earnings. on the other hand, it is fair to say that guidance was pretty conservative as companies talk during the second quarter results. we would argue that given what is going on and you have been reporting about washington and some of the issues there, the results may be impacted. importantly, we think that the forward outlook could be impacted. dennis: let's run through some stocks here. let's start with intel. of the four, you have the by on only one of them
, they are working on aligning those policies, the enrollment period and time frame period. >> reporter: jay carney leaving the door open there. we have gotten word what kathleen sebelius is expected to testify before the republican-led energy and commerce committee. that is expected to happen next week. brianna keilar, cnn, the white house. >> the one jay carney left could be interesting if they change some of the dates on the policy here. >>> supreme court says it will review state guidelines and set minimum i.q. thresholds for skugs. in 2002, the court found it unconstitutional to execute those with intellectable disabilities. the case stems from florida. the court is expected to decide whether florida's law is constitutional and a decision is expected in july. >>> back in court today, al libi is an accused terrorist with al qaeda and picked up in that daring raid in libya. he has pleaded not guilty. in the meantime the top war crimes prosecutor at guantanamo bay says he agrees with the government that a federal court trial rather than military tribunal hearing is the right way to go in this cas
insurance because of the problems white house press secretary jay carney called that unnecessary, suging the administration would be flexible. >> the law makes clear that people who do not have access to affordable care due to other factors will not be penalized. >> reporter: kathleen sebelius will testify in front of a congressional panel next week where she is expected to be grilled on all aspects of the law. for some critics that's not enough. >> i would say she's got a lot of questions to answer. i think she should be fired. >> reporter: rinse priebus is the chair of the national republican committee. he filed a freedom of information request to find out exactly how many people have successfully signed up for health insurance so far. >> this is an answer to a very simple question that they know right now what the answer is. and they're not telling us. >> reporter: the administration's biggest fear is that the difficulty signing up will keep away healthy young people. the health care act needs them to offset the cost of insuring those who are older and sicker. c
. white house press secretary jay carney calls that unnecessary, suggesting the administration would be flexible. >> the law makes clear that people who do not have access to frdable care due to a state of medicare will not be. >> reporter: kathleen sebelius will testify in front of a congressional panel next week where she's expected to be grilled on all inspects of the law. for some critics, that's not enough. >> i would say that she's got a lot of questions to answer. i think she should be fired. >> reporter: reince priebus is the chair of the national republican committee and he fired a freedom of information request to find out how many people have successfully signed under for health care so far. >> this is an answer to a very simple question that they know right now what the answer is and they're not telling us. >> the administration's biggest fear is the difficulty signing up will keep away young healthy people. the health care act needs them to offset the cost of insuring those who are older and sicker. norah, charlie. >> joining us is senator marco r
of the individual mandate to purchase insurance because of the problems. white house press secretary jay carney calls that unnecessary, suggesting the administration would be flexible. >> the law makes clear that people who do not have access to frdable care due to a state of medicare will not be. >> reporter: kathleen sebelius will testify in front of a congressional panel next week where she's expected to be grilled on all inspects of the law. for some critics, that's not enough. >> i would say that she's got a lot of questions to answer. i think she should be fired. >> reporter: reince priebus is the chair of the national republican committee and he fired a freedom of information request to find out how many people have successfully signed under for health care so far. >> this is an answer to a very simple question that they know right now what the answer is and they're not telling us. >> the administration's biggest fear is the difficulty signing up will keep away young healthy people. the health care act needs them to offset the cost of insuring those who are older and sicker. norah, charl
the other side of the avenue, jay carney joined in. >> whit comes to rallying tea party members that is not acceptable. >> it was all too much for john mccain of arizona. he faulted democrats today. >> to categorically reject what the house of representatives and the speaker is doing, and i think he's pretty courageous in what he's doing in my view is not serving the american people. so let's stop this. let's stop it, sit down, consider the speaker's proposal, get our proposal done. and then, get this resolved, which we can do in the next 24 hours. >> before the house republican plan emerged, senate leaders from both parties said they were making progress on their plan. aids say they hoped to seal an agreement before the day was out. but things seemed to grind to a halt. dick durbin announced the negotiations in the senate were suspended pending something more acceptable from the house. still, a vote to end the standoff, drops the tax on medical devices. meanwhile, the partial government shutdown entered its third week and the deadline is two days away. the treasury department w
if these two things move forward. it led to an interesting exchange with jay carney today, where he was pressed with the fact that the president met with negotiators, seemingly negotiating some of the details. jay carney says it depends what you mean by negotiate. >> i kind of like that, depends what you mean by negotiate, you know the interesting thing the president took that from the beginning. even the republicans asked, they got rid of the repeal the medical device tax. the individual mandate, that was put off the table. the only thing they reduced it to was holding congress and the senate to the same standards they put on the american people. that means no subsidies for them. that was viewed as unreasonable? >> and even that was not on the table either. that was in one of the versions of the house legislature that john boehner didn't have the votes for. they turned back, as mike emanual said, to a senate deal. that would not include that amendment by david vitter, in terms of congress and dealing with the health care issues. that could be brought back later if in fact they have these bipar
on time without drama or delay because. >> so there you have jay carney. we get the gist of what he's been saying now for about 40 minutes or so. jay carney, the white house press secretary welcoming this deal that the republican and democratic leaders in the united states senate announced a little while ago, a deal that would end the government shutdown and extend, raise the nation's debt ceiling. only end the government shutdown at least till january 15 24, raise the nation's debt ceiling till february 7th. so there's no long-term commitment to continue this process but in the meantime, the process will allow house and senate representatives to begin some serious budget negotiations presumably might be able to get some long-term agreements on that front. whatever is passed in the senate still has to be passed in the house of representatives. carney expressing hope that the senate and house would pass this legislation quickly, get it to the president. the president would then sign it into law. hundreds of thousands federal workers would be able to go back to work right away and start gett
november. >> all right. white house press secretary jay carney still refusing to say how many people have been able to sign up on those exchanges. to hadley heath on why this heat is just getting started. before we get into that hadley, i think you have personal experience of obama care firsthand. you got a letter from the authorities. what have you got? >> just today i come home from some travel, looking through my mail, i have a letter from my health insurance company. and someone who is familiar with obama care i have been bracing for this. in fact, my health insurer let me know my plan is not compliant with obama care and will cease to exist. they also provided me with instructs on how to sign up for plan on exchange. >> this is you, hadley heath. >> this is personal, yeah. this is me. >> out of that plan. do you know where you are going to go? >> well, i hope that maybe by sometime next year can i work out an option. i have until my anniversary date. i just one of millions of people in this situation. this is not a glitch. this, in fact, a characteristic of obama care. we knew from t
jay carney refusing to answer fox news correspondent james rosen's questions about benghazi. but why? tonight, we will tell you. >> this really is a disastrous launch for a program that i supported. >> obama care continues to be pounded by the very liberals who are in love with it we will continue our investigation into the healthcare chaos. ♪ that no one knows ♪ what does the fox say. >> why are hundreds of millions of people all over the world looking at this dopey vehicle. >> ding ding ding ding ding ♪ ding ding ding ding. >> gut felt and mcguirk have been investigating ♪ what the fox say? >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ ♪ >>> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the obama administration, why is it not accountable? that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. as we have been reporting, the rollout of obama care is a disaster. yet the president has not acknowledged that the woman mr. obama put in charge,hhs secretary kathleen sebelius obviously way in over her head, yet, she has not been
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